2 Seattle K-9 siblings track suspects

2 Seattle K-9 siblings track suspects
SEATTLE (AP) - Seattle police say two K-9 crime-busting siblings tracked down suspects in two different cases within hours of each other.

The duo named Jaeger and Ziva are brother and sister German Shepherds from the same litter.

Police say Jaeger made the first arrest Thursday night, helping officers track down a man suspected of attacking his housemate earlier in the day. The man was arrested and booked into jail for investigation of felony harassment. He also was wanted on a drug warrant.

About an hour later, police got a call about a group of people on the roof of a vacant building, bashing a compressor with a sledgehammer. As officers arrived, those suspects ran and hid. Ziva found two people hiding in closets and a third in a roof vent. All three were booked into jail for investigation of burglary.